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Graduate/Professional Degree Completion Data Report

Report Name Report Alias
Graduate/Professional Degree Completion Data Report Graduate/Professional Degree Completion Data Report
Report Status Tool Used
In Production SQL Server Analysis Services & RadarSoft
Category Sourced From
Records and Enrollment PeopleSoft Student Administration
Sponsoring Organization Support Information
Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE) Office of Business Intelligence (OBI)
Report Refresh Schedule

Office of Institutional Effectiveness runs a process at approximately the 5th week of each term to capture previous term data.

 

 Description

Graduate rate information for graduate and professional programs.

The definitions used in the Enrollment & Performance report is drawn from IPEDS definitions.

Measure: A property on which calculations (e.g., sum, count, average, minimum, maximum) can be made.1

Dimensions: A data set composed of individual, non-overlapping data elements. The primary functions of dimensions are threefold: to provide filtering, grouping and labeling.2

 

 

Measure Descriptions (Click on measure name to view definition):

Grad Count

Student Count

Avg Grad GPA

Grad Count %

Grad Rate 1_Yr

Grad Rate 2_Yr

Grad Rate 3_Yr

Grad Rate 4_Yr

Grad Rate 5_Yr

Grad Rate 6_Yr

Grad Rate 7_Yr

Grad Rate 8_Yr

Grad Rate 9+Yr

Student Count %

 

Dimensions Descriptions (Click on dimension name to view definition):

Academic Load

Admit Term

Admit Type

Church of Christ

Gender

IPEDS Ethnicity

IPEDS Load

Major - Degree

Major - Initial

Religion Pref

School

Yrs to Grad

 

Setup

Fields
Academic Load, Admit Term, Admit Type, Church of Christ, Division Dept, Enroll Term, Gender, IPEDS Ethnicity, IPEDS Load, Major
Sort Sequence Logic Used
   
Prompts
All fields can be filtered

 

Usage

Expected Audience
School Deans, Program Directors and Division Chairs
Original Date Published Last Published
   September 2012
Usage Instructions 
Instructions are available on the Office of Institutional Effectiveness website.
Change History
 

 

 Last updated: June 13, 2013